Security Part 1: Introduction to security MOOC
Security Part 1: Introduction to security
Understand the main concept and components of current secure embedded system and discover complete step by step security on-line training offer within MOOC session based on STM32 devices.
Who should attend this course?
- Engineers looking for basic information about STM32 security features
Benefits you will take away
- This will allow you to understand the basic concept of security in embedded systems
- You will be familiar with complete security on-line training offer based on STM32
On line course concept
Course is provided in MOOC format with course material available online.
This course takes approximately 30 minutes to complete, depending on your proficiency.
- Introduction to security in embedded systems
- Description of STM32 based security on-line training offer within MOOC
There are no prerequisites for this session.
Training materials (slides, hands-on projects) can be downloaded from this link.
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